20 Best Mint Alternatives to Track Your Money This Year

Mint is a budgeting tool that helps you manage your finances all in one place. Are there other options out there?

Here are the different alternatives of Mint and their offered features that you may find helpful when it comes to creating a budget and achieving your financial goals.

1. Mvelopes

Mvelopes lets you try its program for free for 30 days. After that, they provide you with their 3-tiered plan that costs $5.97 to $19.97 per month.

2. EveryDollar

This app has only a simple budgeting and personal finance app provided by the money management guru Dave Ramsey.

3. Truebill

Truebill’s standard features are free to use. If you want to make the most of the app, you will have to subscribe to a premium account ranging from $3 and $12 monthly.

4. MoneyPatrol

MoneyPatrol offers a 15-day free trial and costs $4.99 monthly. When you choose annual billing, you will have to pay $59.99 upfront for the first year.

5. YNAB (You Need A Budget)

After the free 34-day trial, there are two plans to choose from the monthly plan costs $14.99, and the annual plan costs $98.99, which lets you save $81.